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Oct 27, 2013 11:00pm EDT
it gets to the classrooms and sparks fair minded discussions that don't exist. i think the way that laws get there is that i think people are skiddish and politically correct and afraid, really. teachers are afraid of sharing the politics in the classroom. >> what's your own experience with civics in the classroom in your own life. >> 20 years ago, 25 years ago when i was in high school, i think there was a little more openness. i think my teachers that made the most impact on me, their politics were more front and certainty, at least in private discussions, in a way that i think teachers today would really be scared of sharing with students because, you know, that could get them fired. >> why did you originally choose three conservatives? >> well, i think that basically i wanted to understand three guys who i liked personally, but whose politics i didn't really understand. that was the project of the film. i felt that most people come to documentaries seeing characters who they agree with already and documentaries wind up preaching to the converted. i wanted to basically make people --
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